Investigação das percepções metafóricas de faculdade de ciências do esporte sobre as concepções de lucro e atividade física

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https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v26i00.17458

Palavras-chave:

Student, Physical activity, Play

Resumo

O objetivo desta pesquisa é examinar as percepções metafóricas dos alunos da faculdade de ciências do esporte em relação aos conceitos de jogo e atividade física. Nos resultados da análise, as metáforas para o conceito de jogo consistem em nove metáforas, a saber, atividade repressiva, bem-estar físico, fenômeno da vida, necessidades sociais e emocionais, desenvolvimento acadêmico, bem-estar psicológico, comer-beber, passado e natureza, enquanto as metáforas para o conceito de atividade física são o fenômeno da vida, bem-estar psicológico, bem-estar físico, atividade recreativa, saúde, natureza, educação, qualidade de vida, situação negativa é vista na forma de trabalho. Como resultado, como resultado das percepções metafóricas dos alunos da faculdade de ciências do esporte em relação aos conceitos de jogo e atividade física; em relação ao conceito de jogo, a maioria dos participantes para o conceito de atividade recreativa, bem-estar físico, fenômeno vital, necessidades sociais e emocionais, desenvolvimento acadêmico, bem-estar psicológico, comer-beber e atividade física como passado.

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Biografia do Autor

Pelin Ustaoğlu Hoşver, Düzce University, Düzce –Turkey

Lecturer, Faculty of Sports Sciences.

Eyüp Sarikol, Iğdır Unıversıty, Iğdır – Turkey

Asst. Prof, Physıcal Educatıon And Sports School.

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Publicado

30/12/2022

Como Citar

USTAOĞLU HOŞVER, P.; SARIKOL, E. Investigação das percepções metafóricas de faculdade de ciências do esporte sobre as concepções de lucro e atividade física. Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 26, n. 00, p. e022157, 2022. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v26i00.17458. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/17458. Acesso em: 29 jan. 2023.

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